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Take a peek in any makeup artists kit and youll spy a well-loved tube of Embryolisse's cult Lait-Crème Concentre. Since we're just as picky as the pros, you'd better believe were fans too. This velvety, quick-absorbing moisturizer gives skin the ultimate silky finish, thanks to generous amounts of soothing shea butter and aloe vera. Plus, it doubles as a makeup remover, post-shave soother, and all-over body lotion. Who says beauty isn't practical?
A nice product. Although it doesn't suit me personally, I'm sure it's a perfect product for another girl4
Good product... But, it doesn't remove makeup easily, and my face felt greasy all day after putting this on.4
This moisturizer didn't do anything extraordinary for me. Yes, it was nice and creamy and had a light scent but didn't feel any different than an average moisturizer.2
Great product, I personally already have a moisturizer I prefer4
It's super nice when a product can double as many other things. Moisturizers that works as make-up remover is good because you always want to make sure your skin is moisturized and you don't want any leftover make-up clogging up your pores. The smell isn't bad either. I'd invest in this product.3
Not much in the sample, but overall this product is really good, especially if you have dry skin! It is a little greasy if you're working with just normal skin even, I definitely would not recommend it if you have oily skin to begin with! Lasts all throughout the day and cute packaging!4
Not heavily scented (big plus). Feels very moisturizing, but not heavy or greasy. I haven't tried it under makeup, but I would imagine it would be perfect!5
I was initially impressed with the fancy/expensive sounding name of this product. It makes me think of a high end spa somewhere in the south of France where I'll be transported back to the time when I didn't have to worry about laugh lines and forehead creases. However, this cream wasn't anything spectacular. It works just fine as a moisturizer from what I could tell with the small sample but it didn't promote the desire to call it a "miracle." It's just so-so.3
This product worked well as a makeup remover but it takes quite a bit to use as a makeup remover. I wouldn't want to use such an expensive product for makeup remover, and I don't need a miracle cream so this product just wasn't very relevant for me. But still, it did do it's job.4
This was a lightweight moisturizer that layered well under my make up - however it is not something that would work for me on a daily basis because it is lacking any SPF.3